It’s my 100th Blog Post!
There were a few days (months really) were I didn’t think the blog was gonna last this long. For reals though.
I started this blog as a way to write about anything and everything that crossed my mind.
In the early days I wrote about my cat. I mean look at how cute she is!
Or about a cup of tea. Yes, I really wrote an entire blog post about a cup of tea. What? I love tea. Don’t tell me you don’t love cuddling up with a cup of tea and a good book.
Okay, so maybe you like coffee and a good book. I’m not gonna judge you.
Let’s not forget the fabulous girls weekend in New Orleans. That was a good time. I miss those ladies.
I also wrote about the first time I made my family’s sacred chicken and dumplings recipe after my dad died last year. That was a healing experience for me.
Then I wrote my very first book review and got bit by a bug that just wouldn’t go away. Hello The Power. Spoiler alert, I wasn’t really a fan of this book.
I got really excited to join my first book club this year. So much so that I decided to write about it. We read the Princess Bride!
I started a little plant menagerie. One the plants has since died. But most of them are alive, and that’s all that matters here!
We cancelled our trip to Disney because of Covid-19. While it was the responsible thing to do, it still hurt my heart to do it.
I started playing Animal Crossing in April, wrote about it in July, and have still managed to play every day since. I’m not saying I have a problem, but I just flattened my island to redo it…again.
Then I read a book a day in August to get my reading engine kickstarted. It worked. Cause now I have a book blog.
I started review books with more regularity. Like, for example, Legendborn by Tracy Deonn.
I also decorated the front room of our house with books. Because how could you not use books everywhere?
The Hubs and I did end up going to a quaint B&B for our 40th birthdays this year. Twas fun.
And then I reviewed on of my favorite books in a long time, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab. Yes, it’s safe to say I loved this book.
I really have enjoyed blogging over these last two years and I’m excited to see where the next two years will take me. I loved that I have evolved into a book blog, as books really are one of my passions in life. They bring me loads of joy. What blog posts have you enjoyed?